Decline in undergraduate enrollments from a year ago

Spring 2019 Current Term Enrollment Estimates Report


First-time college students in fall 2017 who persisted at any U.S. institution as of fall 2018

2019 Persistence and Retention Report


The national 6-year college completion rate, counting all students at all institutions

2018 Completing College Report

55% vs. 63%

6- vs. 8-year completion rates for Hispanics entering public four-year colleges, the highest 2-year gain of all racial/ethnic groups

2019 Supplement to Completing College Report

20% vs. 55%

Students from high- vs. low-poverty high schools who finished college within 6 years of graduation

2018 High School Benchmarks Report

4 Million

Students who left college with at least 2 years’ worth of progress towards a degree, but who did not finish

2014 Some College, No Degree Report

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The Role of Community Colleges in Postsecondary Success

The Community Colleges Outcomes Report, “The Role of Community Colleges in Postsecondary Success,” provides recent report findings from the National Student Clearinghouse Research Center on two-year colleges. Key community college metrics are provided for three areas — college access and persistence, transfer and mobility, and certificate and degree completion – which are important indicators of community college progress.

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The Postsecondary Data Partnership is a nationwide initiative to help colleges and universities more efficiently gain a fuller picture of student progress and outcomes, meet various reporting requirements, and focus more of their resources on using data to help students.

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